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Portland Old Town Ghost Tour

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Our expert local guides will take you past the modern identity of Portland back to a more dangerous era, where murders, kidnappings, and organized crime could be found behind most of the elegant storefronts of the city. Listen to stories taken straight out of the true history of the last 150 years, and watch for yourself as the spirits of the past can still be seen today.
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Helen C wrote a review Oct 2020
Renton, Washington640 contributions119 helpful votes
I guess we're too early for the fall colors, but it's still lovely to walk among the tall trees and see so many varieties of them in one hike. The Visitor Center is closed but there is at least one person outside selling merchandise and giving out info. There are only 2 restrooms. Parking is $2/hr at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and the Visitor Center. You can pay by Parking Kitty app. There is limited free parking near trail heads. Though there are so many trails, most of them are only 30 minutes long, one way. In 1.5 hours, we managed to hike from Maple Trail in the south to the Redwood Trail in the north. We parked at the Archery Range which is free, but has only a Port-o-Pottie.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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DN2021 wrote a review Jul 2020
Huntsville, Alabama46 contributions7 helpful votes
We had a couple hours and were in the area so decided to look around Hoyt Arboretum. There are many trails of all lengths in the park. We walked a few that meandered through some redwood, spruce and fir trees. It was interesting and worth the visit.
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Date of experience: July 2020
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theahartfamily wrote a review Jun 2020
Stewartville, Minnesota237 contributions52 helpful votes
We actually hiked here twice on our recent trip. The trails are great and there is a wide array of trees. Great weather and a nice way to stretch our legs
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Date of experience: June 2020
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PegCl wrote a review Feb 2020
175 contributions46 helpful votes
Short & easy walk on mostly gravel and paved paths. Some steps if you choose. Two main loops that cover different landscape. Fir and maple trees. ***The map is very detailed - knowing this will help you navigate. The map makes it look longer than it is. The "2 mile" maple-Acer loop actually took about an hour & that includes stops to read placards. The "1 mile" loop took 1/2 hour through different cedar/fir trees. This shortee walk was quite lovely. There's a cedar overloook to enjoy.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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shnpan wrote a review Feb 2020
Birmingham, Alabama1,017 contributions195 helpful votes
We visited in January so the flowers weren't blooming but it is still a beautiful area. We did a short hike and drove around to see other areas. The hiking trails need better signage as the map was hard to follow.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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